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Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Where's global warming gone? Climate alarmists worried

A couple of days ago, I quoted Lord Monckton who wrote that Al Gore and company were in panic mode about this year's this decade's lack of global warming.

Now comes this:

Marc Morano, a spokesperson from the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee minority staff, says the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is scaling back on its previous dire predictions of catastrophic climate change.

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) says that with each successive report from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), there is less cause for alarm than previously thought. Morano points out that in the recent 2007 report, man's alleged impact on "global warming" was scaled back by 25 percent while ocean-level rise was also reduced.

According to Morano, this is the 13th year that rapid warming has been predicted and advertised in the media by Al Gore and the U.N., but it has failed to occur. "So at some point, they're getting worried -- and now you have record winter in the Northern Hemisphere and record winter in the Southern Hemisphere, [as well as] global cooling to the extent from 2007 to 2008 that was rather significant and surprised a lot of scientists," Morano contends.

He also says the U.N. is realizing and acknowledging that there is continually less cause for alarm on the subject.

2 comments:

Halfwise said...

When temperatures drop, that is "natural variation". When temperatures fail to drop, it is time to panic.

When temperatures rise, that is "anthropogenic global warming". When temperatures fail to rise, one should still panic, because they are sure to rise soon.

Simple, eh?

Anonymous said...

This all has to stop. Enough already. Everyone that knows better must say so. If not this country will go to the dogs, libs, what ever.